Fashion Design

Embroidered dragon in red wine velvet mules slippers

Embroidered dragon red slippers

The golden dragon is usually a symbolic motif that depicts the emperor’s imperiality. To get the delicate effect, we utilized gold metallic thread in various tones of embroidery. Padded soles offer comfort to the almond toe. They are made by hand with butter-soft leather lining and insoles. The outsole is made of smooth brushed leather. Narrow fit with a low heel for added opulence. Pair with your favorite jeans for a stroll around the Sunday farmer’s market, or make yourself at home with our mules for a wonderful flying outfit or a special night out.


Runs small; consult the sizing chart to get the best fit.

  • Textile upper
  • Leather insole
  • Leather outsole
  • Whole sizes only
  • Made in China
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